4 edition of Captain James Wren"s Civil War diary found in the catalog.
Captain James Wren"s Civil War diary
Originally published, Shippensburg, Pa: White Mane Publishing, 1990.
|Statement||John Michael Priest, editor in chief ; Robert Brown, assistant editor.|
|Series||Berkley Civil War library|
|Contributions||Priest, John M. 1949-|
1 manuscript diary (6 vols.) and 9 additional manuscripts; 8 pieces of printed ephemera; 1 photograph album and 8 additional photographs; 23 pieces of realia. James C. Woodworth () was a native of Worcester, Massachusetts, who during the Civil War served in Co. H, 25th Massachusetts Infantry, rising to 1st lieutenant. Civil War Diary Introduction This book weaves together the diaries of Lt. Col. John Withers, an Assistant Adjutant General for Jefferson Davis, and his wife, Anita Dwyer Withers. Reports of battles fought meld with domestic life in these journals, creating a multi-dimensional picture of the Withers’ lives together during the “War Between.
In , we published From New Bern to Fredericksburg, the Civil War diary of Captain James Wren (Company B, 48th Pennsylvania Volunteers). Our second book was One Surgeon’s Private War, the Civil War memoirs of Surgeon William W. Potter (49th and 57th New York Volunteers). Diary of a Confederate soldier. By Rev. J. G. Law. [One of the most important offices of the historian is to show the inside life of the people concerning whom he writes, and anything that contributes to an understanding of the feelings, habits, character, and private life of “the men who wore the gray,” will prove valuable material for the future historian.
Unlike Lee and Jackson, Grant and Sherman, the other four great leaders in the Civil War, Farragut was not an American whose ancestors on both sides had come from the British Isles. Like Lee, however, he was of very ancient lineage, one of his ancestors, Don Pedro Farragut, having held a high command under the King of Aragon in the Moorish wars. been added. It is presumed the data prior to the start of the Diary and some at the end were added by the original typist, discussed in a later footnote. 2 John White died of typhoid fever at Bridgeport, 3 Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The Civil War Diary of Henry Solomon White Page 1File Size: KB.
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Captain James Wren's Civil War Diary: From New Bern to FredericksburgAuthor: John Michael Priest. Pennsylvania Civil War Diary of James Wren Excerpts from Civil War Diary of Captain James Wren of Pottsville, Pennsylvania Forty-eighth Regiment, Company B Aug Camp Front of Fredericksburg We left 4 of our men behind here, sick: Robert Campbell, Joseph Kirby, Thomas Conell, and Samuel Stanley.
We left camp this evening at 6 PM. Captain James Wren's Civil War Diary: From New Bern to Fredericksburg -- B Company, 48th Pennsylvania Volunteers Febru -- Decem WREN, James Published by Berkley Books, New York ().
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The years saw Wren--Captain of B Company, 48th Pennsylvania Volunteers--and his regiment engaged in some of the fiercest fighting of the Civil War: Second Manasses, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg.
This diary lends vivid insights into the reality of war and race relations in a nation divided. Photos and maps. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Captain James Wren's Civil War Diary: From New Bern to Fredricksburg by John M.
Priest (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. The book has photos of James Wren and other members of The 48th company of The Pennsylvania Volunteers of Schuylkill County.
Considered one of the most interesting of Civil War diaries, Captain Wren's diary has been transcribed into book form, and is available, if desired, from Barnes & Click on the book name for more information.
Get this from a library. From New Bern to Fredericksburg: Captain James Wren's diary: B Company, 48th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Febru Decem [James Wren; John M Priest] -- The author was a captain of the 48th Pennsylvania Volunteers, a three-year unit, during the period in which he kept this diary.
The diary begins in February after the author's arrival on. Pennsylvania Civil War Diary of James Wren. Thread starter tmh10; Start date ; tmh10 Major. Joined Mar 2, having orders for Captain Wren to protect the left of cut until the regiment got out. I saw through the move in a flash, better to lose a pice of the loaf than to lose a whole one and seeing that the.
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James I. Robertson Jr. (Editor). Civil War Soldier's Experience. Diary of Captain James Wren from PA Civil War Soldiers. Fictional works of value to be used in the classroom Book Review- After reading Red Badge of Courage ask students to prepare a short book review detailing what they thought of the book and whether or not it was historically accurate.
Union soldier in the th New York Infantry Regiment; from Pulaski (Oswego Co.), N.Y. Whitney's Civil War diary concerns camp life; religion in the army; the participation of the th Regiment in the siege of Port Hudson, La., in ; and Whitney's service as a guard at Fort Jefferson, a prison for Confederates in the Dry Tortugas, Fla.,including a description of the arrival of four Author: Elizabeth Dunn.
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The Civil War Diary of Father James Sheeran: Confederate Chaplain and Redemptorist, edited by Patrick Hayes and published by The Catholic University Press of America is a hefty tome. And for good reason too; previous editions of Sheeran’s manuscript only “printed several long extracts but these were highly selective,” or “Sheeran.
Journal and Diary, – Accession Journal and diary, 26 November –25 Juneof Douglas French Forrest (–) as an assistant paymaster of the Confederate States Navy during his stay in Calais, France, as an officer of the CSS Rappahannock. he kept a detailed diary that provides historians with rare descriptions of the western campaigns of the Confederate military forces.
Jackman edited some of his diary himself after the war; his diary was later edited for publication in T H I N K T H R O U G H H I S T O R Y: Recognizing Bias. A native of Ireland, Rev. Sheeran was the chaplain of the 14th Louisiana during the Civil War.
He "was one of only a few dozen Catholic chaplains commissioned for the Confederacy and one of only two who kept a journal."Sheeran's voluminous diary is "arguably the most unique narrative of the war written by a chaplain of any denomination and certainly is the most extensive.". The Virginia's Civil War Diary book series by Mary Pope Osborne & Will Osborne includes books My America: My Brother's Keeper: Virginia's Civil War Diary, Book One, After the Rain: Virginia's Civil War Diary, and A Time To Dance: Virginia's Civil War Diary.
See the complete Virginia's Civil War Diary series book list in order, box sets or.My America: My Brother's Keeper: Virginia's Civil War Diary, Book One by Osborne, Mary Pope and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Soldier's Diaries Written In The Field.
This section is also dedicated to the words of those brave men and women who participated in the American Civil War and kept a record of their experiences to pass on to future generations. All diaries archived at this site are authentic and have not been edited by me in any way.
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